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surfboard

a long narrow board used in surfing
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A new market study, titled "Discover Global Surfboard Fin Market By Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges" has been featured on WiseGuyReports.
More importantly, ARRIS SURFboard mAX Gigabit Wi-Fi systems are the only devices on the market to use Wi-Fi 6 on each of three separate bands with high-end 4x4 antennas and mesh technology.
Ayli says to Aynuk "what did yo say that plank was called" "It ay'nt a plank" says Aynuk "it's a surfboard" Ayli says, "well it doe look very serf to me".
BEIRUT: On a summer day in 1965, five teenage boys in Beirut were introduced to "the first surfboard" in Lebanon.
Instinctively, Holstedt picked up the surfboard which, luckily, was floating at an arm's length and used it like a tomahawk to slap the water between him and the predatory animal.
Big, long boards help beginners to find balance and their soft padded surfaces allow them to avoid slipping off, even if one does not have surfboard wax.
United Airlines has announced that it has removed service fees for surfboards for customers traveling to or from California, the company said.
The team that has already brought zip lines and a roller coaster through a forest is now bringing 'flying' surfboards to its site at Penrhyn Quarry, Bethesda.
King of the thrills Zip World is introducing electric foil surfboards to its site at Penrhyn Quarry, Bethesda.
Summary: California [United States], July 30 (ANI): If the Flamethrower wasn't exactly your thing, Tesla quietly introduced a limited edition surfboard worth USD 1,500.
Supervisor Aaron Perkins said: "They helped him on to a surfboard and then paddled him in."
The ball ricochets off several walls, sails past the surfboard in the middle of the course, dodges the rough - and plops into the hole.